Type 2 Permeable Silt Screens
Filters and Contains Turbidity for Compliance
Triton Type 2 Permeable Silt Screens are floating geotextile silt curtains designed specifically for containing suspended sediment in water-based construction sites, while allowing a limited flow of water through the curtain. In addition to containing the turbidity, permeable silt screens promote sediment filtration and reduce load pressure on the curtain.
Triton Permeable Silt Screens are commonly used to meet Clean Water Act compliance requirements in locations where the current creates excess pressure or buildup on the silt curtain. The silt curtain's geotextile panel relieves load pressure by allowing water to flow through the fabric while also filtering out sediment. At the same time, it creates a secure containment area and prevents turbidity from escaping beyond the barrier. Built in the USA and priced either by the panel or in bulk quantity, you'll be pleased with this silt curtain's price, quality, and turn-time.
Triton Type 2 Permeable Silt Screens are designed specifically for use in jobsites with:
- Moving water, currents, or tides
- Waves up to two feet (2 ft.)
- Moderate wind
- Currents up to 1 knot
Buy Direct from the Manufacturer for Cost Savings and Custom Options
Our floating geotextile silt curtain prices fit within your budget, without sacrificing quality or performance. Robust and reliable, Triton Type 2 Permeable Silt Screens are built to meet the compliance needs of your project. When installed as directed, they will successfully provide protection from construction-related turbidity by containing suspended debris and sediment until the sediment settles again. As a secondary function, they also trap floating debris for later retrieval. Triton floating silt screens can provide the results you're looking for. (Ask us also about build to suit options and bulk silt curtain pricing.)
Type 2 Permeable (Geotextile) Silt Screen Specifications
Constructed using rugged and reliable components, these floating silt screens contain turbidity while meeting project specifications. The standard design for this Type 2 permeable silt screen barrier includes: impermeable PVC fabric, permeable geotextile monofilament fabric, floatation, tension cable, bottom ballast chain, universal bulk connectors and grommet section connectors throughout the depth of the skirt. For more information, please see Type 2 Geotextile Silt Curtain Specifications (PDF).
|Curtain Panel Length||Available in 50 ft. or 100 ft. Sections|
|Curtain Depth||Standard is 5 ft., but 3 ft. to 100 ft. is Available Upon Request|
|PVC Fabric||22 oz. PVC Fabric With UV Protective Treatment|
|Color||Yellow For High Visibility (Other Colors Available Upon Request)|
|Geotextile Fabric||6 oz. Monofilament Geotextile Fabric|
|Flotation||6 in. (For Skirt Depths Under 10 ft.)
8 in. (For Skirt Depths From 11 to 20 ft.)
12 in. (For Skirt Depths of Over 20 ft.)
|Tension Cable||Single 5/16 in. Tension Cable (below float)|
|Bottom Ballast Chain||5/16 in. Galvanized Chain|
|Connectors||Reinforced Grommets and Universal Bulk Slide Connectors|
|Anchor Points||Generally Recommended at 50 ft. Interval*|
|Flyer||Type 2 Permeable Turbidity Curtain Flyer (PDF)|
* Our experts can help you determine the anchor pattern and placement needed to support the compliance requirements for your job site. Additionally, having the right anchor type and pattern, installation design can significantly reduce the curtain loads. This increases the field-use-life and performance effectiveness of the geotextile silt curtain.
Type 2 Permeable Silt Curtain Accessories
Let us make it easy for you. Get all the components needed for your sediment curtain installation from one source and in one shipment. Type 2 silt curtain accessory components include:
- Tow Bridles – Use to help prevent stress tears that can occur when installing or relocating curtain.
- Anchor Kits – These pre-assembled anchoring kits are convenient and save time on site. The key to successful silt screen use is proper anchoring (if you need assistance in determining the required placement of anchors, please contact us.) Kit components are also available separately.
- Floating Marker Lights – Satisfy nighttime safety requirements for waterways with boater traffic with floating marker lights.
- Reefing Lines – Reefing lines are a practical alternative to piecing silt screen panels of different sizes together to suit the varying topography of your below water jobsite. This accessory greatly simplifies the installation of permeable curtain when it is necessary to adjust each section for depth. Simply use the reefing lines to lower each silt screen section to the correct depth, leaving 1 foot of clearance at the base.
- Tidal Compensators – For use in areas with fluctuations in the water depth on the shore, such as tidal areas. Use these handy compensators when securing the edge of the turbidity barrier to the shore. They automatically adjust with changes in water levels, keeping your curtain secure and at the proper depth in the water. Exceptionally rough conditions should use the HD Tidal Compensator Model.
- Installation – Please see Turbidity Curtain Installation Instructions (PDF)
Note: We also offer installation services!
- For additional information, please see: Turbidity Barrier Accessories
Buy Direct from the Manufacturer
Buy direct from the manufacturer (GEI Works Inc.), for a turbidity curtain cost that fits well within your budget. Our turbidity barrier prices and performance are excellent and so is our quality. (Ask us also about custom options and bulk silt curtain pricing!) There are many advantages to buying direct without the middleman! Don't pay marked-up prices or settle for one-size-fits-all solutions. Buy direct and save with custom solutions.
Other Triton Floating Silt Curtain Choices
GEI Works also manufactures a wide variety of other turbidity curtain options. Please see also:
- Type 2 Silt Curtain Options: (DOT Grade, Heavy Duty Grade, and Permeable Silt Curtains).
- Permeable Silt Curtain Options
- Full Listing of Triton Turbidity Barriers
If you're unsure of which type of floating silt barrier is needed for a job site's requirements, please review these helpful guides:
Still unsure or need assistance? Contact us! Our turbidity barrier experts can answer your questions, and provide you with pricing. Call or request a quote today!